Two of the world's most beloved celebrities are facing reckonings that call into question the validity of their public personas.
The comedian’s daytime show is currently under investigation over allegations by former employees about its “toxic work environment."
The shock jock thinks the daytime talk show host would be best served by casting her "Queen of Nice" image aside for good.
Vance DeGeneres said his Emmy-winning sibling is being "viciously attacked" as behind the scenes claims about the "Ellen" show mount.
The pop star sent the daytime talk show host "love & a hug" on Twitter as revelations continued about the culture at the "Ellen" show.
The actor declared "I Stand By Ellen" on Instagram.
Hedda Muskat, who won two Daytime Emmy Awards working on the daytime talk show, spoke about its early days in a new interview.
"Nobody is going off the air," Andy Lassner said this week, following employees’ allegations of a toxic work culture.
The "Everybody Loves Raymond" star claimed to know "more than one who were treated horribly" by the embattled talk show host.
Warner Bros. said that an investigation was conducted, prompting forthcoming staffing changes and other measures to deal with the issues raised.